If you’re that much of a thrill seeker that you just need to do it all, this is the one for you! Make the most of your day with both a bungy jump and a cliffhanger swing to maximise your adrenalin rush.
Tick both a swing and a bungy off your bucket list in one day!
Located in Taupo above the inviting waters of the Waikato River, this 47m bungy jump is a sure way to live in the moment. A unique cantilever platform projects out from the cliff top with incredible views across the region.
The highly trained crew pride themselves on providing an exhilarating and safe bungy experience for maximum thrills. If you want to add even more adventure to your jump, try a water touch - whether it’s a hand touch or a full body submersion.
Then mix it up a little with an extreme cliffhanger swing. This exhilarating adrenaline rush adds another dimension to a traditional bungy jump so instead of hanging upside down, this is a feet-first mind-blowing rush.
Choose from either a countdown or a surprise release. When the release cord is pulled the freefall kicks in immediately. Swing down towards the crystal clear waters below, then arc up to nearly 180° with experience will reaching speeds of up to 70kph. As the swinging slows, you can finally take in the scenic view of the Waikato River Valley as you enjoy the ride back to the platform.
Opening hours are 9.30am - 5.00pm (summer) and 9.30am - 4.00pm (winter).
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
This experience is for one person to do both the bungy jump and the swing. This cannot be split across two people.
Spectators are welcome to watch and take photos (free of charge).
Prior to registration on the day, you will be asked if you have any medical conditions that may make your bungy less safe or enjoyable. These include previous dislocations, asthma, pregnancy, back or head injury, and epilepsy. It is most likely you will still be able to bungy jump, depending on the injury or condition, but staff must be informed. If you are concerned, please consult a medical professional.
This experience takes place in Taupo.